Anyway, this is the state of my desktop after another change... I followed one of the advices I received in the thread. I'm using Docker on auto-hiding mode, so I only need that dreaded tray when I really need it. The task list, however, is a different battle. I'm sticking with Tint Task Manager for now, first of all because I didn't learn how to configure Visibility properly yet and secondly because I really don't want to see all those icons in my task list. It's a bit odd how things change. While I am in GNOME (which I don't for some days now... Boy, I love Openbox), I have AWN on the bottom of the screen because I was tired of the regular window list at the GNOME panel, so I preferred some bouncing icons to tell me what applications I was using... However, here at OB, I'm totally for text and no icons over the wallpaper. So, I'm in a dillema. If only it was possible to present open applications of all workspaces on TTM, I would ditch Visibility permanently... I really could use some more help on this.
Nevertheless, now I have the clock and the name of the desktop on the top-right. Corbel font, because I like the way the numbers are presented. Segoe is still used in the remaining desktop, except the windows titles.